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6 Steps to Selling Art

posted 07/17/19 09:26:57

6 Steps to Selling Art Without Ever Selling Out
Jessica Serran for Empty Easel

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The trap comes when we get caught up thinking: “I’m not ready,” (because hello, we’re never actually ready) or “I don’t have a shopping cart set up” (hello perfectionism!) or, “No one is going to buy my art.”

The truth is that you don’t need to have or to know these things, yet. What you do need is this: exactly what you already have, right now, at your disposal. That, and a burning desire to sell some art.

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Step 1: No is not an option

This is about owning your desire, making it a burning one, and committing to it. You have to decide that you refuse to take no for an answer. Period. “I am selling my art. I am manifesting $2000 this month. I am moving into the apartment of my dreams. Period.” This energy is the stuff of miracles.

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by Test09, posted 07/23/19 14:10:00

Thank you for the article!

by gaia60, posted 07/17/19 15:30:29

I'm manifesting 500 this month. I am placing my work on IG, my website, and Etsy. I wonder if you have other outlets you might recommend?

by 7771, posted 07/17/19 13:01:03

Friends.... it’s awesome to read your inspirational writing... thank you so much for sharing your experience & your thoughts... it’s fantastic... but but but ....
Every individual is different & & & ... every circumstances are different & every way of working is different from individual to individual... thereby the temperament of every individual is different from one another...
If you ask me ... then let me tell you ..,I work in my own way ...& I have always got brilliant results...
Only thing I believe is that there should be some sensible efforts to do something good... I do my part & rest god helps me...
My opinion about business is not just money oriented... but to bring back the glorious days of my dad’s businesses too ...
In India... most women usually spend their lives doing just the household chores... but Iam not the same.
Iam waiting for my own money from a bank which I will get soon.
Thanks for your concern & your efforts in trying to help me ...once again thank you so much for your concern.

by hayestrent, posted 07/17/19 12:33:08

Thank you for this article! Your six points are right in line with my beliefs, especially when you say, "act as if it was already done". Keeping the faith when we don't see results is the hardest, yet most important step.
Linda Hayes-Trent

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